Tiffany Trump's Law School Choice: Georgetown, Near Dad

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Tiffany Trump, President Donald Trump's younger daughter, has enrolled at Georgetown Law, a university spokesman confirmed Monday.

Trump's half-brother, Eric Trump, earned a bachelor's degree from Georgetown in 2006.

Ivanka Trump also attended the school for two years before transferring to the University of Pennsylvania. I have to tip my cap to Tiffany for taking her academics so seriously. It makes sense that she would choose Georgetown, as it's an unbelievable school that's located right in Washington D.C.

Tiffany's presence in Washington will put three of the Trump children (and three grandchildren) in the capital by the fall: Older half-sister Ivanka Trump and her family are living there now; both she and her husband, Jared Kushner, are senior advisers to the president in the White House.

The sporadic Instagram poster shared a photo back in late August of an LSAT prep book along with a drop-in of her Bitmoji avatar and the words "I Got This" splashed across her open study guide.

Eric is still very involved with the school, and sits on the board of The Business, Society, and Public Policy Initiative at the McDonough School of Business.

U.S. News & World Report ranked Georgetown Law School 15th in 2017, with an annual tuition of $57,576.

She also spoke highly of her father at the Republican National Convention, saying he was a "natural-born encourager", and friendly, funny, and real.

Despite her father's controversial stances, Trump probably won't encounter too much resistance on campus, Above the Law's David Lat told The Washington Post earlier this year.

A White House spokeswoman didn't immediately return ITK's request for comment.

Tiffany Trump - a onetime aspiring pop star, and the sole offspring from the President's six-year marriage to Marla Maples - has maintained a relatively low profile since her dad ascended to the nation's highest office.